The Tam News

(Johanna Meezan)

Tam tackles distance learning

By Logan Little and Lauren Terry April 16, 2020
Staff and students are facing a variety of challenges adjusting to remote learning.
The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services closed all parks on March 22, leading to decreased traffic into Marin. (Ethan Swope)

County closes parks to motorized traffic to prevent spread of coronavirus

By Johanna Meezan April 4, 2020
The announcement came one day after a large number of visitors from all across the Bay Area traveled to Marin for recreational purposes.
A sign on the gate to the field house warns that the field is closed. (Johanna Meezan)

Tam cancels upcoming events to mitigate COVID-19 pandemic

By Johanna Meezan March 14, 2020
Following a level three warning from the Center for Disease Control recommending that “travelers avoid all non-essential travel,” administration and staff members canceled two international trips to Italy and Spain.
Visitors to district websites were met with an alert describing the shutdown. (Tamalpais Union High School District)

District campuses closed to minimize impact of COVID-19

By Johanna Meezan March 12, 2020
Currently, there are no known cases of COVID-19 directly impacting the district.
A pole in the Bothin Marsh Open Space Preserve showing projected sea level rise by designated years. (Johanna Meezan)

Parks Conservancy begins Bothin Marsh Restoration Project

By Claire Conger November 14, 2019
Over the next 10 years, the Bothin Marsh Open Space Reserve sea level is predicted to rise 10 inches.
The Marin County Fire Department administers a controlled burn in San Rafael. (Ethan Swope)

PG&E conducts power shutoffs throughout California

By Summer Solomon and Johanna Meezan November 11, 2019
Over three million people lost power, and Tam was closed for four days.
Marin County firefighters put out a small fire on Fern Canyon in Mill Valley the night before the power shutoff. (Ethan Swope)

PG&E shuts off power to Marin County to minimize fire risk

By Johanna Meezan October 9, 2019
It is unclear how long power will be cut off to Mill Valley, Bolinas, Sausalito, and Stinson Beach.
(Skye Schoenhoeft)

Ballet is for boys too

By Johanna Meezan September 14, 2019
Ballet needs both men and women, and everyone, the media especially, needs to know that.
Mary Poppins Returns: A Spoonful of Sugar

Mary Poppins Returns: A Spoonful of Sugar

By Johanna Meezan May 1, 2019

With the release of Disney’s live action Aladdin movie just around the corner, it seems prudent to reflect on some of the other live action Disney animated movies that went unnoticed when they came out...

District updates school safety plan

District updates school safety plan

By Johanna Meezan March 17, 2019

The Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) board of trustees approved an update to the School Safety Plan during a meeting on Tuesday, February 26. The update consists of a new section on suicide...

Students Clean Up Campus

By Johanna Meezan May 22, 2018

The Tam Beautification Club and Parent Teacher Student Association [PTSA] partnered to arrange a campus beautification day on April 22, Earth Day. These groups worked with volunteers from the Tam community...

Unity Poster Winners Announced

Unity Poster Winners Announced

By Johanna Meezan January 24, 2018

Art students in Drawing and Painting classes competed in a Tam High PTSA-sponsored poster contest in late December to promote Tam unity with the phrase “We Are One.” Several students, parents, grandparents,...

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